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  • Birthday 06/28/1960

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    Central Ohio
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    Tom Ellifritt

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  1. Great job on that truck! You're right about the dash pad, it really should be there. Another item is the door drip molding curling back at the bottom when it gets to the bottom of the cab roof. The molding should go straight down. The door gap doesn't sweep back until it is below the molding, not near the bottom of the molding. Nonetheless, you're build is really nice, especially the engine compartment. Excellent.
  2. Thanks! I have the pictures archived for future reference.
  3. You'll get that Nova when I finally get around to creating the master. I assume the 9C1 package had the BASIC basic interior...If you have references for this Nova, it would be helpful.
  4. Buckeye scale auto club

    splitstone63@yahoo.com This address is on their Facebook page as a contact. Hope that helps you.
  5. http://doc.telephonecollectors.info/dm/508-301-100_I1.pdf Maybe this will help.
  6. I had intended to make the sliding door version a one-off modification of the base kit, with just two front seats. You have given me something to think about with this suggestion...
  7. Thanks, Eshaver, for the review. Here's the kit modified into a window van. I'm building another as a work van with the sliding door. Since I couldn't access a real van, I relied heavily on the 1/20 Econoline kit. Hats off to Motor City for creating the vacuform windshield, it's fits pretty well!
  8. Thank you, EShaver! Here's the kit built up and converted to a window van. I'm working on another right now that will be a work truck (with the sliding door). As you can see, the grille takes plating very well. I used the 1/20 kit a lot in guiding me on the master, as I didn't have access to a real one. My hat's off to Motor City, as they did the vacuform windshield...I had nothing to do with it, and it fits very well!
  9. Holding out for the Greenbrier van, but that is cool looking!
  10. MPC 1973 Mustang Mach1

    Very nice job. I like the look overall of the MPC body, but why does the hood have vents at the base of the windshield? They shouldn't be there. I think your build is very well done.
  11. 1972 Buick Riviera - Boat-tail

    I really like the effort put into the taillights. They, and the whole car, look really nice.
  12. Kalmar Ottawa Yard Tractor

    Great minds think alike. i just acquired 2 parts manuals for the 1970 Ottawa Commando 30. I'll try it one of these days. In the meantime, I'll keep watching this one come together. It looks good so far, great idea, great thread!
  13. Rockford Files Diorama

    Thank you. I have a large box of figure parts for occasions just like this. I'm in the process of making better figures to replace these.
  14. Rockford Files Diorama

    An episode that stands out to me is when Jim is chased by a Monte Carlo. At the end of the chase, he compliments the driver on how well he kept up with him. Then he shoots the Monte Carlo's front tire and drives off.
  15. Rockford Files Diorama

    No. This is the first posting I've made since the Photobucket debacle. Everything before this is gone forever. I'm not going in there to retrieve any pics, I'm just starting new.